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WeWriWa: “In Tune”

Welcome back to another visit with the Weekend Writing Warriors, the blog hop for anyone who likes to write. I’m still sharing from Hawk’s story and probably will be for a while since I’ve only recently started it. Today I have the last 10 sentences from the first scene. They are going out to visit a man who took both of them in when they were younger and both of their families basically turned their backs on the boys.

We didn’t speak as we got ready to head out. This was one place we always seemed to be in tune with each other. The other was in bed. I glanced at Devil with that thought. He caught my gaze and gave me a wicked grin, as if his thoughts had been going to the same place.

I ducked my head and finished getting ready before swinging my leg over my bike. We pulled away from the garage and I led the way. It was good to be back out on the bike and not having to worry about enemies lurking, though even I knew that might not last.

Still, I’d take it while I could get it. Just like I’d take Devil for as long as he still wanted me.

Why does Hawk think Devil will stop wanting him? Are there still enemies lurking? Or possibly some new ones coming?

Also I have Chapter 3 of Dance with the Devil up on Wattpad now if you want to go check that out.


Comments on: "WeWriWa: “In Tune”" (13)

  1. I do wonder why he doubts Devil’s feelings. Interesting!

    • More insecurity on his part, and the way things have gone in the past(Devil getting scared of what’s between them basically and running). Thanks!

  2. Hawk is fairly fatalistic when it comes to Devil’s response to him. I wonder why? Tweeted, Fallon.
    Great snippet

    • in the past, Devil has run when their relationship might take off. He’s mostly past that now, but Hawk still worries about it. Thanks!

  3. I like their easy camaraderie. Makes me want to know more about their relationship.

  4. Hawk seems to be lacking in confidence, although this snippet does hint that there are problems in the relationship.

  5. I hope it’s longer than Hawk expects.

  6. Good hook–the little tidbit in the last line. 🙂

  7. I always come away with the feeling that your characters are real people I know from somewhere, by which I mean you do such a good job in making them ‘feel real’. Another great snippet!

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